GUYANA: Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) names QC School of the Year for CSEC; CAPE

Guyana cops eight awards at CXC Regional Award Ceremony

Queen’s College has been recognised as the School of the Year for the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) and the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE), at the Caribbean Examinations Council’s 2020 awards ceremony held in Antigua and Barbuda.

Minister of Education Priya Manickchand (third from right) along with the CSEC and CAPE Regional Awardees along with Principal of Queen’s College Jackie Benn-Ralph (left) whose school received the Best Overall School Award for CSEC and CAPE. Also in photo from right are Zane Ramoutar, Nyron Seoukienandan, Shania Sattaur, Anthony Sukra and Bhedesh Persaud. (Ministry of Education photo)

Minister of Education Priya Manickchand (third from right) along with the CSEC and CAPE Regional Awardees along with Principal of Queen’s College Jackie Benn-Ralph (left) whose school received the Best Overall School Award for CSEC and CAPE. Also in photo from right are Zane Ramoutar, Nyron Seoukienandan, Shania Sattaur, Anthony Sukra and Bhedesh Persaud. (Ministry of Education photo)
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 Guyana cops eight awards at CXC Regional Award Ceremony

Guyana on Thursday, June 3, 2021 walked away with eight awards at the Caribbean Examinations Council’s (CXC) Regional Awards ceremony for the 2020 Caribbean Secondary Examinations Certificate (CSEC) and Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations (CAPE).

These awards include the most outstanding CSEC student, awarded to Bhedesh Persaud of Queen’s College, and the most outstanding CAPE candidate awarded to Zane Ramotar, also of Queen’s College. The achievement of these students caused Queen’s College to be recognized as the school of the year at both levels.

Queen’s College has been the recipient of the CSEC/CAPE award for the most outstanding performer overall for seven consecutive years.

Guyana also received several individual awards. Bhedesh Persaud received the Most Outstanding in Sciences for CSEC award while Nyron Seoukienandan of St. Roses High School received the award for Most Outstanding in Business CSEC. Anthony Sukra of the New Amsterdam Secondary School received the Most Outstanding in Technical and Vocational Studies and Shania Sattaur of Brickdam Secondary School received the Most Outstanding in Principles of Accounts, both at the CSEC level.

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